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1

What vaccines should a child have had by 8 weeks?

5-in-1
Hepatitis B
Men B
Rotavirus

2

What does the 5-in-1 vaccine consist of?

Diphtheria
Tetanus
Whooping cough (pertussis)
Polio
Haemophilus influenza type B (Hib)

3

What vaccines should a child have had by 12 weeks?

5-in-1 vaccine (second)
Pneumococcal vaccine (PCV, 13 serotypes)
Rotavirus vaccine (second)

4

What vaccines should a child have had by 16 weeks?

5-in-1 vaccine (third)
Men B vaccine (second)

5

What vaccines should a child have had by a year old?

Hib/Men C vaccine containing vaccines against meningitis C (first) and Hib (fourth)
Pneumococcal (PCV) vaccine (second)
MMR vaccine
Men B vaccine (third)

6

What vaccines should a child have had by around 3.3 years old?

MMR vaccine (second)
4-in-1 pre-school booster

7

What does the 4-in-1 pre-school booster cover?

Diphtheria
Tetanus
Pertussis (Whooping cough)
Polio

8

Who gets given the HPV vaccine?

12-13 year old girls

9

What does the HPV vaccine protect against?

HPV types 16 and 18 and genital warts caused by types 6 and 11.

10

What vaccines would be given at 14 years?

3-in-1 teenage booster
Men ACWY vaccine

11

What does the 3-in-1 teenage booster cover?

Diphtheria
Tetanus
Polio

12

What vaccines do people aged around 65 receive?

Pneumococcal vaccine (PPV)
Flu vaccine (annually)

13

At what age is the shingles vaccine given?

70 years
(78-79 year olds as a catch-up)

14

What are the free travel vaccines you can receive?

Hepatitis A vaccine
Typhoid vaccine
Cholera vaccine

15

What vaccine is aimed at first-time university entrants?

Men ACWY

16

What vaccines would pregnant women be given?

Flu
Whooping cough

17

What is the benefit of conjugate vaccines?

Change the immune response to T cell dependent -> allows for booster response and more immunogenicity

18

What chemicals are commonly used to inactivate vaccines?

Formalin

19

Give examples of viral live attenuated vaccines

Measles mumps rubella
Varicella
Yellow fever
Intranasal flu
Oral polio

20

Give examples of bacterial inactivated vaccines

Pertussis
Typhoid
Cholera
Plague

21

Give examples of polysaccharide vaccines?

Pneumococcal Meningococcal disease
Salmonella typhi

22

What type of vaccine is the haemophiliac influenza type B vaccine (HiB)?

Conjugate

23

What type of vaccine is the human papilloma virus?

Recombinant

24

What type of vaccine is the hepatitis B virus?

Recombinant

25

Who are the 'at risk' groups invited to take the flu vaccine?

Anyone who is immunosuppressed or is at greater risk of exposure to pathogens.

Pregnant women
At risk children from 6 mths to 17 years
Healthcare professionals
Anyone with:
- splenic dysfunction
- chronic cardioresp conditions
- chronic neuro conditions
- diabetes
- Chronic kidney/ liver disease
- Complement disorders